Max Verstappen impressively captured pole position for the French GP yesterday. This gives the Dutchman an excellent opportunity to take revenge for the dramatic blowout in Azerbaijan and to increase his lead in the World Cup standings.
However, Verstappen will encounter a lot of resistance not only during the start but also during the next race. After all, World Cup rival Lewis Hamilton will start next to Max Verstappen on the front row. In addition, Mercedes has a second important iron in the fire with Valtteri Bottas in third place.
This allows Mercedes to challenge Max Verstappen strategically not only at the start but also during the race. There is also a chance of rain. We therefore seem to have an exciting GP of France.
See you at 3 pm when the French GP starts at the Paul Ricard circuit.
1 33 M. Verstappen Red Bull
2 44 L. Hamilton Mercedes
3 77 V. Bottas Mercedes
4 11 S. Perez Red Bull
5 55 C. Sainz Ferrari
6 10 P. Gasly AlphaTauri
7 16 C. Leclerc Ferrari
8 4 L. Norris McLaren
9 14 F. Alonso Alpine
10 3 D. Ricciardo McLaren
11 31 E. Ocon Alpine
12 5 S. Vettel Aston Martin
13 99 A. Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo
14 63 G. Russell Williams
15 47 M. Schumacher Haas F1
16 6 N. Latifi Williams
17 7 K. Räikkönen Alfa Romeo
18 9 N. Mazepin Haas F1
19 18 L. Stroll Aston Martin
20 22 Y. Tsunoda AlphaTauri – pit lane start pit
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